2009 Peninsula Ridge Sauvignon Blanc

I’m a lover of Sauv blancs. I quite enjoy the citrus, boystrous style of Sauv Blancs. They make fabulous food friendly wines. This wine is very pale in color with a mild citrus nose. On the mid pallet this is a lovely smooth citrusy wine with lots of layers on a medium finish. It builds nicely in the mouth. This one can give New Zealand Sauv blancs a run for the money and for me this is one of the best Sauv blancs coming out of Niagara. And it’s reasonably priced! I would give this a 90 with extra bonus point for price! Check it out!

From the LCBO web site Careful … the one in the LCBO when I checked is a 2008 that is not as good.
PENINSULA RIDGE SAUV BLANC VQA LCBO 53678 | 750 mL bottle Price: $ 13.95
Wine, White Wine 13.3% Alcohol/Vol.

Made in: Ontario, Canada By: Peninsula Ridge Estates Winery

Tasting Note
pale straw; gooseberry, citrus and grass aromas with tropical fruit notes; dry medium bodied; orange, lime and grapefruit flavours with a mineral note to finish

Serving Suggestion
serve with pork kabobs

Check LCBO stock.

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